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Artist: Clayton Pennell
Medium: 24k Gold and Copper on Paper
Dimensions: 15" x 30"


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About Clayton Pennell

Clayton Pennell is a naturalist, conservationist, and contemporary wildlife artist. His high-impact art portrays animals in a new light, focusing on form, design, and color in what many in the art world consider a form of abstract realism and natural pop art. He developed this distinctive style during his time as a hunting and fly-fishing guide, where he was able to hone into the detailed design and tones of wildlife. His work inspires the imagination, as his vibrant art invites the viewer to use their memories from the field to construct an interpretation of the animal that is as unique as the painting itself. Claytonโ€™s work has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for conservation and his work has sold to art collectors across the globe. As a true believer in conservation, he has dedicated a portion of all profits of his art sales to go towards conservation efforts. Claytonโ€™s studio resides in the Blue Ridge mountains of western North Carolina.

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